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Using A Body Fat Calculator...
I believe for best results, it takes a combination of three things:
1. Moderate Aerobic Exercise
2. Strength Training
3. Sensible Nutrition
A good way to track your progress with any fitness program is by evaluating your body fat through body fat calipers. Once you have the results for the 3 places or 7 places with the calipers, you can track your % of body fat. I recommend taking your measurements once a month.
You can use the body fat calculator below to find your percentage of body fat from your caliper measurements.
Please be patient while the calculator loads.
You will need java software to use the fitness calculators on this site. You can download it for free at: www.java.com.
Body fat is a better measure than your body weight because it takes into account how much muscle your body contains. Did you know that muscle weighs more than fat? So, just relying on how much you weigh isn't enough.
There are also ways to get an estimate of body fat using your age, height & weight. These are not always accurate - so don't get caught up too much in the numbers they give you. You can use the free body fat calculator below to find out your estimated body fat, ideal weight and body mass index.
If you have any questions about calculating your body fat or other exercise questions, please contact us.
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